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    No, it is the owner.
    I told him what this forum said to his rifle.
    He took it back and put it in egun.
    He must know what he will do, everyone can read this here and
    the reaction in a german forum was the same like here.

    Best regards
    Peter

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    Regarding snipers, I suggest you read "Sniper" by Albrecht Wacker, the second highest sniper in Germany during WW2. He was told before the end of the war to destroy his sniper. He was having to give up to Russians, and they were anxious to kill all snipers. More than kill. Sepp44

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    Quote Originally Posted by sepp44 View Post
    Regarding snipers, I suggest you read "Sniper" by Albrecht Wacker,
    Publications from Mr. Wacker are about as useful as a pimple on the butt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amberg View Post
    Publications from Mr. Wacker are about as useful as a pimple on the butt!
    Perfect summation of Wacker`s book . In some respects an Ass Pimple would be more appealing at least its reality !!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sepp44 View Post
    Regarding snipers, I suggest you read "Sniper" by Albrecht Wacker, the second highest sniper in Germany during WW2. He was told before the end of the war to destroy his sniper. He was having to give up to Russians, and they were anxious to kill all snipers. More than kill. Sepp44
    Are you referring to Josef Allerberger?

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    Default Fabricated bcd 4 LSR

    The entire rifle is a fabrication, including every inspection stamp and code marking.
    Absolutely unreal. Likely a post-war stock as well.

    How about the E/135 Waffenamnt for Ruhrstahl! Amazing....and the Mauser Oberndorf E/135 receiver acceptance.
    ---- Turbo Myš ----

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    The auction is still running 8 hours and the current price is already $1700.

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